Baseball Atlanta Braves -- Named Bruce Kimm manager of Greenville of the Southern League.
New York Yankees -- Agreed to terms with 3B Wade Boggs on a three-year contract.
Texas Rangers -- Agreed to terms with Tom Henke, pitcher, on a two-year contract.
Florida Marlins -- Agreed to terms with 1B Orestes Destrade on a two-year contract and P Bob McClure on a minor-league contract.
New York Mets -- Named Ron Washington manager of Columbia of the South Atlantic League; Howie Freiling manager of Pittsfield of the New York-Penn League; Ron Gideon manager of Kingsport of the Appalachian League; Luis Natera manager of the Dominican Summer League Mets; Marlin McPhail coach of Tidewater of the American Association; Jeff Edwards coach of Pittsfield; and David Jorn coach of Columbia.
St. Louis Cardinals -- Retained Jack Krol, manager, and Mark Riggins, coach, of Louisville of the American Association; and Joe Pettini, manager, and Marty Mason, coach, of Arkansas of the Texas League.
Basketball NBA -- Fined Phoenix Suns forward Charles Barkley, $5,000, for derogatory comments about officiating. Promoted Terry Lyons, director of media relations, to vice president for international public relations.
Chicago Bulls -- Waived G Jo Jo English. Activated G Corey Williams from the injured list.
Philadelphia 76ers -- Placed F Kenny Payne on the injured list. Activated C Eddie Lee Wilkins from the injured list.
K? Phoenix Suns -- Placed C Oliver Miller on the injured list.
Colleges Buffalo -- Announced it will retain Jim Ward, interim football coach, for the 1993 season.
Ohio State -- Announced that Randy Ayers, men's basketball coach, has agreed to a five-year contract extension.
Football Cleveland Browns -- Re-signed CB Alfred Jackson.
New England Patriots -- Signed QB Lee Saltz to the practice squad.
New Orleans Saints -- Placed RB Fred McAfee on injured reserve. Signed FB Buford Jordan.
New York Jets -- Signed RB Scottie Graham.
San Francisco 49ers -- Signed C Chuck Thomas and OL Bruce Collie. Placed OL Ralph Tamm and QB Bill Musgrave on injured reserve.
Soccer World Cup USA 1994 Inc. -- Named Reidar Tryggestad venue executive director for Boston and Foxboro Stadium.